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The modern Conservative Party of the United Kingdom , also known as the Unionist Party in the early century, traces its origins back to the Tory supporters of James Stuart, Duke of York , later King James VII II, during the exclusion crisis of to The name was originally meant as a Tory was a type of Irish bandit. The n
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The Conservative Party, officially the Conservative and Unionist Party, is a political party in the United Kingdom. It is currently the majority party in the House of Commons , having won of the seats in the general election . Between and it was the largest single party with Members of Parliament and governed in coalit
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